It was a Tuesday evening, and taking up Tony’s kind offer to drive, a car load of us made the 23 mile or so trip south west to descend upon The Wonston Arms. We were five in number, and no we didn’t arrive in the Smart Car, It say’s its the best little pub in… Continue reading Way Out In Wonston
Sometimes you just happen upon a pub while passing by and think to yourself I better have a look in here. On this occasion the pub was The Mill, in the village of Shottermill, literally a few yards past the Welcome To West Sussex sign. An attractive looking pub from the roadside, I pulled into… Continue reading What Pub, Whats That?
We left the Southover and it was down hill all the way , (terrain-wise), we passed this place without going in. I later discovered its actually now called The Village, as evidenced by the blackboard in the window, apparently now a craft bar that has a couple cask beers on gravity, I now wish i’d… Continue reading Day Trip To Brighton Part Three
The pubs were coming thick and fast now, next up was the Bath Arms, deep in the busy Lanes area there is plenty of passing trade. Inside there is a mixture of decor styles including wood panel, exposed brick and flock wallpaper , a bit of a mix. There was a choice of six beers,… Continue reading Day Trip To Brighton Part Two
Friday 23rd of March Arriving around 11.20 at Brighton train station, I made off immediately in the direction of the first pub of the day, The Evening Star to meet up with ,my fellow pub crawlers from the Pubs Galore Forum. We were eventually to be about twenty strong in number, and as we began… Continue reading Day Trip To Brighton – Part One
At a loose end on a Sunday I decided to jump on a train to St Denys station, a little to the north east of central Southampton. First stop was The Dolphin, right on the stations doorstep, the banner on the pub proclaimed, “Under New Management”, not knowing whether this was a good thing ,or… Continue reading Around And About The Bevois Valley
I love the place and it is my favorite holiday destination having been there multiple times over the last 30 years or so, yes I am easily pleased some might say, each to their own. But what about beer? The med being a stronghold of ice cold lager. Well in 2006 Corfu Beer was… Continue reading Corfu
I popped over to Reading on the bus to check out the newly opened BrewDog yesterday. It was lightly snowing with heavier stuff predicted later on so I didn’t intend to hang around too long, It’s what you would expect, a little larger than most BrewDog bars and pretty busy on its second day of… Continue reading How Much?